Choosing the right procedure
We believe that along with choosing the right procedure, you should also consider how much the cost of treatment will be. Vincenzo Maurino and his team will support you every step of the way, using a combination of diagnostic techniques and surgical experience to help you make the best choice. There are many factors, including your age and prescription, that will determine the type of surgery that you may have. This is why our pricing aim to be clear, without hidden costs and hassle free.
Our eye surgery price guide below includes consultation, surgery and all of Moorfields Eye Hospital fees. All fees are inclusive of the following aftercare:
Medication – Aftercare drops. These will be dispensed to you on the day after your procedure
For instance of laser vision correction there are no additional fees for re-treatments (within the first two years) and subsequent follow up visits.
Clear and simple pricing
Femto-LASIK, No touch LASEK & SMILE
Vincenzo Maurino provides 2 years of aftercare for anything laser eye related, including retreatments (required in less than 2% of cases).
Implantable Contact Lens Surgery (ICL)
These fees include 2 follow up appointments, which typically take place at 1 and 3 months post operatively.
These fees include monofocal (non-toric) lenses and one post-operative check-up. Refractive laser eye surgery is required in approximately 2% of cases where multifocal lenses are implanted, which is included in these surgery fees. See info on lenses below.
Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) Surgery
Lens fees (applicable for Cataract and RLE Surgery) per lens
Vincenzo Maurino is a high experienced cataract and lens surgeon. Some patients may be suitable for either multifocal, astigmatism (or a combination of both) correcting lenses. He uses a range of specialist lenses to fit individual patient needs.
Monofocal toric (astigmatism correcting) lenses: £550
Zeiss Trifocal £720
Zeiss Trifocal Toric £1000
Alcon Vivity EDoF £1000
Alcon Vivity Toric EDoF £1150
Information for Insured Cataract Patients
If you are insured, cataract surgery is usually covered, although in most cases you will find that not all fees are covered by your individual Health Insurance. There are additional fees for cutting-edge technology such as premium lens implants (trifocal, EDoF and toric lenses) and for the use of femtosecond laser technology. Most insurers will not cover these costs. Also you may find that with most Insurers you will not be covered for the whole fee and therefore a shortfall may apply. Please do check with your insurer, our admin team can help you to do that.
We will need a pre-authorisation code/case number issued by your insurer prior to your treatment. The procedure is a day case and the code to give your health insurer for unilateral cataract surgery is C7122, and for bilateral (both eyes operated on the same day) cataract surgery is C7125. Please note that insurers only cover follow-up appointments if you have outpatient cover.
Additional consultation fees:
Second opinion consultation £500
Corneal or Keratoconus consultation £450
General Ophthalmology consultation £400